DMACC Agribusiness would like to thank John and Pam Van Ast for their generous donation to the DMACC Agribusiness program! Super nice tractor and a great piece of agricultural history! We also thank John and Pam for their many years of dedication serving DMACC. We wish you well in retirement!
Angel T. checking in from her conservation internship at Kupu in Hawaii this past summer! What an amazing opportunity!
President Denson, DMACC Agribusiness, selected to the top 5 at the Governor's Charity Steer Show at Iowa State Fair. A special thanks to the Forsyth family for doing a wonderful job raising the steer and James Oil company for purchasing the steer through the Ronald McDonald Charity auction.
Watch this video from the Governor's Charity Steer Show Facebook page on the Top 5 entries: https://www.facebook.com/iowagcss/videos/417157989156289/
View full results: https://www.iacattlemen.org/news.aspx?NewsID=1909
Mattie Tucker checks in from her summer internship at FCA.http://www.firstcoop.com/
DMACC students increase their crop scouting knowledge by touring the ISU Field Extension lab and interact with lab coordinator Warren Pierson and ISU Extension Field Agronomist, Meaghan Anderson.
Students in the Precision Ag summer class learn about the inner workings of the DMACC planter along with its added technologies such as 20/20, Clean Sweep, Climate Fieldview and Auto steer.
The birdseye view from the corn cam today! Thanks to the Big Show for stopping by the farm today!
Thanks to Growmark FS for bringing their applicator simulator to the summer crop scouting and precision ag classes. Students had fun and learned a lot about the operation of the big equipment.https://www.growmarkfs.com/
Harvesting the rye cover crop. The bales will be wrapped and stored for cattle feed and soybeans will be no tilled into the rye stubble.
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